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The toughest test of the season will come in week 1 against #1 Mater Dei from California. The defense struggled last season in their 2 biggest games, IMG Academy (FL) and Southlake Carroll in the playoffs. The Panthers will have another huge non-conference game in week 3 against Bishop Sycamore from Ohio. The top in-state regular season games will be against Cedar Hill and Desoto. In the playoffs, they have the personnel to matchup well against the other 6A state powers; Katy, Westlake, North Shore, or Southlake Carroll deep in the playoffs.Ka’Davion Dotson is a 2024 prospect that could end up being the best of the bunch before his time at Duncanville is over. He has offers from USC, Oklahoma State, Arkansas, and several others. Keontae Williams is a 6-foot-0 corner that has 4 FCS offers and is primed for a great senior year. Damyrion Coleman (5’10 170) is the most underrated defensive back on this team. Coleman is an explosive athlete that loves to hit and should get a lot of opportunities at the next level with a great senior season. Jaylen Washington is another 2023 corner that will make an impact this season.

Last season, the Panthers finished the year 10-2 and lost a close game to Southlake Carrol 34-27 in the 6A Division 1 state semifinals. Their only other loss was to the #1 team in the nation, IMG Academy, in a non-conference showdown at Arlington Stadium. Duncanville had big wins against Cedar Hill during the regular season and they knocked off Desoto in the playoffs.
Outside of Williams and Early, the Panthers have several other talented players on the offensive line. KaDarion Miles is a 6-foot-4 280-pound senior that has a big frame and will be an important guy upfront. Cameron Simon (6’4 300) played some guard and tackle last year. Jerry Scales (6’3 245) got a lot of reps at center last season. All 3 will have expanded roles in 2021.

Let us start with the bigs upfront. Cameron Williams and Jaylen Early lead the way in the trenches. Williams is a 6-foot-7 350-pound offensive tackle committed to Oregon. He was a 1st Team All-District performer last season. Early is a 6-foot-5 315-pound offensive guard that just committed to Florida State. These 2 will provide protection and experience for the Panthers.In addition to these receivers, keep an eye on tight end Marcus Vinson. The 6-foot-4 250-pound senior will be a great option in the passing game. He also gives the team another big body and blocker in the run game. He has offers from Kansas, Tennessee State, and Texas State. Lontrell Turner, a 6’0 180-pound 2023 prospect, is the most explosive receiver and is on the verge of a breakout season. He has 4 Power 5 offers now from Utah, Baylor, SMU, and Georgia Tech. The offers will be rolling in for him after this 2021 season. Dakorien Moore and David Robinson are 2025 receivers that will see action and contribute. Moore already has an offer from Tennessee and Florida. As you can see from all the information above, this team has talent and depth at every position group. This is why they are a top tier program nationally. The only question mark that still has to be decided is at quarterback. James may be the answer to start the season because of his experience. Either way, the new starter will have all the offensive fire power and the bigs up front to support them.Duncanville’s 2021 graduating class accomplished a lot during their time and will be missed this season. Saveion Byrd (Oklahoma), Kendrick Blackshire (Alabama), Roderick Daniels (SMU), Jadarius Thursby (SMU), Kevon Ivy (UNLV), Grayson James (Florida International), and Tyler Quinn (Colorado State) all went on to Division 1 colleges.

In the passing game, the Panthers have some elite offensive weapons at receiver. Jerrale Powers gives the team the big receiver on the outside that can overpower smaller defensive backs and is a redzone threat. The 6-foot-5 220-pound class of 2022 prospect is committed to Florida State. Chris Hicks, a 5’9 175-pounder, is a playmaker over the middle and can beat you deep. Hicks is committed to UTSA.
The Panthers have solidified themselves as a national powerhouse program the last 5 years with a 61-8 overall record, 2 Texas 6A state finals appearances, and developing a countless number of division 1 prospects. They welcome and never shy away from playing the best high school football programs in the nation as non-conference opponents each year.Last season, the Panthers averaged just under 46 points per game and had a nice balanced attack on the ground and in the air. This season there are a lot of key players returning and some new talent ready to make a name for themselves and contribute.Solomon James is a 6-foot-1 180-pound senior that just transferred in from Corsicana. He was a 2-year starter there and brings experience. He is smooth in the pocket, has nice mechanics, and is accurate throwing over the middle. Jaylon Thomas is another talented 2024 quarterback on the roster that is in the mix.After 25 years of covering high school football and the college recruiting process, the recruiting calendar has remained consistent for the most part. In Mid-May,

The Panthers have a great mix of veteran leadership and young talent to go the distance. This team has faced adversity the last 3 years in the 6A playoffs and know what they need to do to get over the hump. They are real close to accomplishing the ultimate prize of a Texas state championship. Duncanville hasn’t won it all since 1998. Is 2021 their year to seal the deal?

This year they will need to eliminate the big play threats and get a few more defensive stops in the big games. Offensively, they need to have a balance attack but could lean towards running the ball a little more.
In the secondary, the Panthers have the most talent from top to bottom of any position group. Pierre Goree is a 6-foot-1 210-pound safety that made 1st Team All-District as a junior. He racked up 18 offers before he committed to SMU. Deldrick Madison (6’0 180) is a defensive back in the 2023 class that already has 18 offers including Oklahoma, Tennessee, Michigan, and Arkansas.

With Grayson James graduating, who will take over at quarterback? This has been the big question all offseason. Senior Jdyn Williams transferred this summer to Dallas David Carter. Jameir Willis (6’1 186) is a 2024 quarterback that is a young sophomore with a lot of promise and upside. He ran a 10.95 in the 100 meters and he looked good throwing the ball in the spring and summer.A few more players that will contribute on the offensive line are transfers Anthony Gray (6’2 270) from Benton Harbor, Michigan, and Trevor Cabell (6’1 290) from Hillcrest high school in Texas. Senior Jayden Washington and junior Tyson Johnson will give the Panthers even more depth.

At linebacker, Colin Simmons is a talented young prospect that will help Crooks roam the field hunting down opposing running backs. Simmons is a 6-foot-2 215-pound 2024 prospect that has size, speed, and can hit. He has offers from Michigan State, SMU, and Marshall. Kaleb Kenney (6’1 200) is a 2023 linebacker that is expected to play a lot this season along with Donavan McFail (5’11 210).
The two marquee players returning to this defense are Omari Abor and Jordan Crook. Abor is a 6-foot-5 248-pound 5-star defensive end and is the most sought after recruit in the country. Abor has offers from 29 colleges including Alabama, Oklahoma, Texas, and Texas A&M to name a few. He was a 1st Team All-District performer in 2020. Crook is a 6-foot-0 220-pound linebacker that is a 3-year starter. He is the leader in the middle of the defense and had 30 offers before he committed to Arkansas this summer. He also was 1st Team All-District last season.On the frontline, Quincy Wright is another elite pass rusher and dominant force for the Panthers. The 6-foot-4 285-pound 2022 defensive tackle had a great junior season earning 1st Team All-District honors. He committed to Oregon State. Kristian Whitfield (6’1 255), Noah Ponce ((6’1 265), Jabreohn Peters (5’11 290), and William Glenn (6’3 285) are all players that will contribute this season.

The Panthers had a strong defense last year only giving up 15 points per game. They lost 4 Division 1 players (Blackshire, Thursby, Ivy, and Quinn) to graduation. Although they will be missed, this team is loaded across the board at all 3 levels in 2021.
Most teams would be devastated graduating the players Duncanville did with their 2021 class. The elite programs develop every young player on their roster from the day they step on campus in order to reload every year. This is exactly what the Panthers have done and they are loaded with Division 1 talent for this season.

In a strong backfield, Malachi Medlock, a 6-foot-2 215-pound running back, was a 1st Team All-District performer and led the team in rushing. The 2022 prospect rushed for 1,114 yards and scored 22 touchdowns last season. He is committed to Colorado State. Jayvyn Square (5’7 170) is an exciting running back that is shifty with tons of speed. Marktavius Reed (5’9 210) is a strong runner that has the ability to make plays and gives the Panthers a lot of options in the backfield.

Even though Willis and James will compete for the starting quarterback job in training camp, the Panthers look to be in good shape with these 2 options. Both will play a lot in 2021.
Washington is a smallish true point guard. Good handles and quickness but I don’t see him elevating the program. Don’t remember seeing any outside shots. They also have a slender 6-10 center that is somewhat raw but can really jump. Transfers to Dynamic Prep in Irving where former NBA All-Star Jermaine O’Neal will be his head coach. I hope we hold on to him. Also wouldn’t mind if we could land the commitment of his new teammate, Jermaine O’Neal Jr. Back to Washington, he keeps ascending. Just strikes me as one of those guys who wins in life. Eager to see that come true when he arrives on campus. Couple more videos. My observations are he likes going to the rim. When he crosses somebody and gets them off balance, his instinct is to hit the open hole and get the lay-up, not take the open 3 like Perry would but like the first video here shows, he can hit the open 3 in a catch and shoot situation. Loves the crossover and behind the back dribbles. Good handles overall.Here’s a video of Lake Highlands vs Duncanville from a few months ago. Plenty of Washington plays. Good penetration, good mid-range jumper, good defense. Don’t know why some think he’s not a capable shooter because of 1 game.

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Was at their game last night against a short handed Arlington Martin. Martin’s entire bench was ineligible due to a fight against Lewisville the game before. (11 guys) Slowed the game down with a UNT four corner offense. Appeared to be the better team until one of their better kids fouled out. (Continued to play with 4 fouls in the 2nd quarter)La Neta Cocina y Lounge will be hosting its June Tequila Dinner, inclusive of a four course chef curated meal with tequila pairings from Casa del Sol. For $75, guests will be welcomed with a cocktail and treated to an education on and tasting of the variety of Casa del Sol tequilas from a representative while learning why the tequila pairs well with each carefully curated plate. La Neta hosts Tequila Dinners with different brands once a month.

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There’s food, fun and non-stop entertainment for the entire family. The Food Competition has quickly become a local favorite! The judges of this fun event are in for a real treat! Everything PEACHY!Lay out your blanket and get ready for a movie night under the stars at the Monument Realty PGA District. Your favorite movie concessions will be available, and sweet treats will be waiting for you at Margaret’s Cones & Cups. The Dance Floor and The Swing will also be available for play. Lawn chairs and outside food or beverage are not permitted. To stay up to date with the movie schedule sign up at pgafrisco.com. Movie night in July will occur on:

More than 200 quality arts & crafts, produce, activity and food vendors will line the historic streets of downtown, with the charming Parker County Courthouse as the backdrop! This year visitors will find an even more spread-out event with the festival area expanded by 25%! Many antique and specialty stores will have specials throughout the day, so be sure and visit the downtown merchants as well.Goree won the state title in the 100 meters, running 10.22, which is the second-fastest wind-legal time in the country this year. He ran a nation-leading 10.08 in the preliminaries at regionals, but that was wind-aided, so it didn’t break the state record of 10.11 that was run in 2019 by Houston Strake Jesuit’s Matthew Boling. Duncanville’s team of Sam Houston State football signee Chris Hicks Jr., Goree, Durham and Washington became the 11th school in U.S. history to break 1:24 in the 4×200 relay, running 1:23.90. But Duncanville had to settle for a state silver medal, because Klein Forest won the state title in 1:23.37, the third-fastest time in national history and just off The Woodlands’ national record of 1:23.25 in 2018. O.D. Wyatt’s record survived a serious scare from Duncanville, but Duncanville did join some exclusive company. The team of Caden Durham, SMU football signee Pierre Goree, Houston track signee Donte’ Hamilton and Washington won the Class 6A state title in 39.98, becoming just the sixth school in United States history to run under 40 seconds.Warm waffles\\, cold ice cream\\, shakes\\, waffle ice cream sa\r\n\tndwiches\\, and so much more! The Dolly Llama is opening in Plano\\, Texas o\r\n\tn Saturday\\, July 1st! The first 100 guests to arrive in line at noon will\r\n\t receive tons of free swag. During the entire day\\, all guests can win a c\r\n\thance at raffle prizes!

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“I feel really good about it,” Goree said. “We’ve been talking about [breaking 40] since Day 1 … really since my freshman year. We’ve always had the ability to do it, but this year we actually did it.”No national record for Duncanville in boys 4×100 relay, but they become the sixth school in U.S. history to run under 40, winning 6A state title in 39.98.@SportsDayDFW @SportsDayHS @TXMileSplit @milesplit @TTFCA @Duncanville_TF @uiltexas pic.twitter.com/G1G1gfM8EY

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On Friday June 30 will see Klyde Warren Park host thousands \r\n\tof North Texas food enthusiasts for its annual National Food Truck Day cel\r\n\tebration. The celebration will include an array of activities for visitors\r\n\t to enjoy while snacking\\, ranging from free games and photo ops. To summe\r\n\tr fun in the iconic Nancy Best Fountain and recently enhanced Children’s P\r\n\tark. Klyde Warren Park’s welcoming green space provides a gathering place\r\n\t for Dallasites to enjoy live music\\, movie nights\\, delicious food\\, and \r\n\tfurry friends – together\\, as a community.That record has been tested over the years, and with a packed house watching on a hot night at Mike A. Myers Stadium, it was in danger of finally being broken Saturday.Table 13 will feature an all-American prix fi\r\n\txe menu for Independence Day 2023. Serving filet\\, lobster tail\\, prime ri\r\n\tb\\, sea bass and more\\, accompanied by garlic mashed potatoes and seasonal\r\n\t vegetables\\, your dinner is set to be a highlight of the evening. Live m\r\n\tusic offered by Henry Munoz from 6:00 p.m. to 9:00 p.m. will add a festive\r\n\t\\, celebratory backdrop to the ambiance of the evening.

AUSTIN — All year, Duncanville has been pointing toward a legendary national record, the magical time of 39.76 seconds that was run in the boys 4×100-meter relay by Fort Worth O.D. Wyatt all the way back in 1998 at the UIL state track meet.
On Friday June 30 will see Klyde Warren Park host thousands of North Texas food enthusiasts for its annual National Food Truck Day celebration. The celebration will include an array of activities for visitors to enjoy while snacking, ranging from free games and photo ops. To summer fun in the iconic Nancy Best Fountain and recently enhanced Children’s Park. Klyde Warren Park’s welcoming green space provides a gathering place for Dallasites to enjoy live music, movie nights, delicious food, and furry friends – together, as a community.You can pull up a seat and s\r\n\tit back and relax at one of our two Entertainment Stages where you \r\n\twill enjoy some local talent! With an array of local celebrities and ente\r\n\trtainers\\, the fun never stops on the stage!Addison’s famous Kaboom \r\n\tTown takes place just blocks from Table 13. Enjoy our prime viewing locati\r\n\ton\\, along with our fine dining experience\\, and make this an extraordinar\r\n\ty holiday celebration!Every Thursday\\, Friday\\, and Saturday night this summer\\, e\r\n\tscape the heat and get ready to jam out during Summer Nights at Terra. Eat\r\n\taly’s third-floor\\, wood-burning grill is bringing in local DJs like DJ St\r\n\teffi Burns\\, DJ Blake Ward\\, Ashtag DJ\\, and more for late-night sets that\r\n\t guests can enjoy as they sip refreshing summer cocktails and indulge in I\r\n\ttalian bar bites. Reserve your spot to savor the summer with Terra at Eata\r\n\tly Dallas!

Come join us as we celebrate our 51st season with performances of Much Ado About Nothing and Two Gentlemen of Verona! Performances take place at the Samuell-Grand Amphitheater (1500 Tenison Parkway Dallas, TX). Our park allows for outside food and is BYOB friendly. Please note that you’ll be seated outdoors on our lawn, we recommend bringing a lawn chair or blanket for seating..@SMUFB signee Pierre Goree of Duncanville wins state title in 6A boys 100 meters in 10.22.@SportsDayHS @SportsDayDFW @Duncanville_TF @DuncanvilleISD @TXMileSplit @milesplit @TTFCA @uiltexas pic.twitter.com/eoSAkNxeLj